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Fri Mar 21 17:06:20 2014 UTClccn-n851583330.00Oral history interview with Richard C. Sorlien,0.801.00Newman Smyth papers,171574058George_W._Peppern 851583331459426Wharton Pepper, George 1867-1961lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n86098969Lewis, William Draper1867-1949lccn-n88071154Edmunds, George F.(George Franklin)1828-1919lccn-n85239186Carson, Hampton L.(Hampton Lawrence)1852-1929lccn-n85113718United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Privileges and Electionslccn-n88071126Quay, Matthew Stanley1833-1904lccn-n79059928PennsylvaniaGeneral Assemblylccn-n85813566Beck, James M.(James Montgomery)1861-1936ctblccn-no2012122463Green, Horace1885-1943lccn-n79043402Franklin, Benjamin1706-1790Pepper, George Wharton1867-1961BiographyTrials, litigation, etcConcordancesDigestsUnited StatesPepper, George Wharton,Political sciencePennsylvaniaLawyersUnited States.--Congress.--SenateExecutive powerConstitutional lawConflict of judicial decisionsCourtsPleadingLaw--Study and teachingAdmission to the barCode pleadingPresidentsSpanish-American War (1898)1898Contested electionsQuay, Matthew Stanley,PartnershipAgency (Law)Corporation lawPreachingPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaTrials (Fraud)Trusts and trusteesFranklin, Benjamin,WillsBoston Gas Light CompanyMassachusetts--BostonBreach of contractInheritance and successionEquityGillespie, E. D.--(Elizabeth Duane),Gas manufacture and worksBible.--PsalmsLawLaw reports, digests, etcDecedents' estatesBache, Richard,Charitable uses, trusts, and foundationsClaims against decedents' estatesTrials (Misconduct in office)World War (1914-1918)American Civil War (1861-1865)War--CausesDevotional exercisesAnnotations and citations (Law)United States.--Congress.--HouseLawyers--Biography18671961186818691889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190319041907190919101912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192919301931193219351936193819391940194119421944194519471948194919551962197419761985198919992009201020114599201324923.473E748.P46ocn858140129ocn858121736ocn858113920ocn858233816ocn858100414ocn858114988ocn858146845ocn858235004ocn858123378ocn858233428ocn011453630ocn015539900ocn078261856ocn077975477ocn155862526ocn0480759063045ocn060721747file18890.88Pepper, George WhartonThe border land of federal and state decisions being the Sharswood prize essay for 1889, in the Department of Law, University of Pennsylvania2819ocn060721918file18980.86Pepper, George WhartonOur national Constitution as related to national growth a consideration of certain aspects of the War with Spain2807ocn060724003file18910.86Pepper, George WhartonPleading at common law and under the codes2705ocn060713293file18950.84Pepper, George WhartonLegal education and admission to the bar a paper read before the Pennsylvania Bar Association at its first annual convention, Bedford Springs, Pa., July 10th, 189525310ocn000261886book19300.79Pepper, George WhartonIn the Senate2375ocn060721917com18990.86Pepper, George WhartonIn the matter of Matthew Stanley Quay before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the Senate of the United States : brief and argument in opposition to his claim to a seat2339ocn060736448file19090.81Pepper, George WhartonCases on law of associationTrials, litigation, etc2248ocn000311037book19150.66Pepper, George WhartonA voice from the crowd1606ocn001982665book19310.86Pepper, George WhartonFamily quarrels : the President, the Senate, the House1243ocn506026954com19260.88United StatesOpinion and dissenting opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Lois P. Myers, administratrix of Frank S. Myers, appellant, v. the United States together with briefs and oral arguments by Mr. Will R. King, the senior senator from Pennsylvania, Mr. Pepper, and the then solicitor general, Mr. Beck also briefs and reply briefs in reargument presented by Mr. SwansonTrials, litigation, etc1075ocn002289538book19240.81Pepper, George WhartonMen and issues a selection of speeches and articles992ocn001434323book19480.63Pepper, George WhartonAn analytical index to the Book of common prayer, and a brief account of its evolution; together with a revision of Gladstone's concordance to the PsalterConcordances961ocn000810358book19740.86Pepper, George WhartonIn the Senate, and Family quarrels634ocn680532944file18960.95Pepper, George WhartonPepper and Lewis' new digest a digest of the laws of Pennsylvania from 1700 to 1894 : together with the Constitution of the United States and of the state of PennsylvaniaDigests611ocn506010498com18900.92Duane, RussellIn the Orphan's Court of Philadelphia County, estate of Benjamin Franklin, dec'd argument sur demurrer : paper book of petitionersTrials, litigation, etc611ocn506010512com18910.92Duane, RussellIn the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, no. 16, July term, 1891, estate of Benjamin Franklin, deceased appeal of Elizabeth D. Gillespie and Albert D. Bache from decree of Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County : appellant's reply to appellee's paper-bookTrials, litigation, etc611ocn506030033file19250.92Pepper, George WhartonRemoval from office case the right of the President to remove executive officers and the power of Congress to restrict him in the exercise of such prerogative : in the Supreme Court of the United States, April 13, 14, 1925611ocn506010233com18920.92Duane, RussellIn the Court of Common Pleas no. 4, of Philadelphia County, September term, 1892, no. 954, in equity, Elizabeth D. Gillespie, administratrix d.b.n.c.t.a. of the estates of Benjamin Franklin and Richard Bache vs. the city of Philadelphia, the Board of city trusts, Edwin S. Stuart, et al. argument sur demurrer : brief of argument on behalf of plaintiffTrials, litigation, etc568ocn000485095book19090.81Pepper, George WhartonThe way; a devotional book for boys242ocn430026092book19100.93Pepper, George WhartonA digest of the laws of Pennsylvania from 1700 to 1907 the constitution of the United States and the constitution of Pennsylvania with notes and references to the decisions bearing thereon and a chronological table of acts 1683 to 1907Digests6154ocn000456575book19440.63Pepper, George WhartonPhiladelphia lawyer : an autobiographyBiography2053ocn060731447com19240.81Pepper, George WhartonMen and issues a selection of speeches and articles1222ocn505991900com19030.92Pepper, George WhartonCommonwealth of Massachusetts, Supreme Judicial Court, Suffolk, SS, no. 8424, in equity, between George Wharton Pepper, receiver, plaintiff, and the Boston Gas Light Company, et als., defendants bill of complaintTrials, litigation, etc201ocn016135356book19170.93Everett, Lloyd TDavis, Lincoln, and the Kaiser : some comparisons compared (national and international ethics, 1861 and 1914)History21ocn009448936book19620.47Memorial issue to George Wharton PepperBiography21ocn072696042mix1989Sorlien, Richard COral history interview with Richard C. SorlienSorlien recalls how he came to be associated with the Pews through John Hamilton; his work with Hamilton, J. Howard Pew, Mabel Myrin, and the Sun Oil Company; and his work with the Glenmede Trust Company, especially its creation and the influence of the 1969 tax law as it affected Glenmede's workings11ocn081981435book1962Scott, ErnestMemorial issue to George Wharton Pepper11ocn122333738mixPew, J. HowardThe J. Howard Pew Papers are primarily concerned with Pew's political activities and philanthropy. Of particular interest are the letters which document Pew's activities in the American Liberty League, the Republican National Committee, and the National Association of Manufacturers. Political files include analysis of 1944 election, strategy for state and local elections and analyses of Democratic senators' voting records (1933-1938). Files on Communism include solicitations for the Russian government in exile and information collected by the National Council for American Education on the political activities of selected college professors during the 1940s and 50s. Presbyterian Church files reflect the split in the church over integration, McCarthyism, and civil liberties. To buttress his campaign for conservativism within the church, Pew also sponsored research on the life of Calvin and Calvinism. There are also files from the National Council of Churches, Grove City College, United Presbyterian Foundation, and the Christian Freedom Foundation. Other files describe Pew's involvement with the Glenmede Trust Company and The Pew Memorial Trust. Files contain copies of applications and document awards made11ocn667223593mixVarious1990 Library AccessionsHistoryPoetryPatternsAccessions include: papers of Ralph Cowan Browne, inventor of the magnetic mine that closed the North Sea in World War I, which include a scrapbook, correspondence and photographs (90002); the Wright Family Papers, which include bills, receipts, and material pertaining to the Women's Republican Club, Salem, MA, a precinct list for Ward 2, Salem, MA, and bylaws for several other Republican political organizations (90006); Osborne K. Winslow Papers, a Lynn, MA shoemaker, which include shoe patterns for each of his customers, correspondence, and receipts (90007); holiday postcards and greeting cards sent to Katherine Lane Weems (90008); Newburyport Wharf Book No. 2, which lists names of ships using the wharf and dockage and wharfage fees (90009); concert programs for Lynn Choral Society, Lynn, MA (90012); Bushby Family genealogy (90014); journal kept by Charles Wardell, of Andover, MA, who sailed from Newburyport to San Francisco on the Brig Charlotte, which recounts his voyage and activities once in California and photocopy of same (90016, original journal, and 90004, photocopy, packaged together); Henry Harrington Papers, which consist mostly of deeds, Leonard Harrington Papers, which include articles of agreement, receipts, and deeds, Daniel Nichols' stock receipts and deeds, a letter from Gen. George B. McClellan to William Nichols during the Civil War, and papers of Squiers Shove, which include deeds and documents for the sale of land and a wharf in Salem, MA (90017); Sutton Engine Company, #7, record books, with rules of company, list of members, and day-to-day record of alarms, plus Fire Company records from Salem, MA, which list men assigned to the engines within the companies and records of firemen appointments (90018); manuscript notes on Peabody, MA, which include documentation about Central Street, Wilson Square, the Torrent Engine, Co., Andover Street, and genealogical information about the Osborn family (90019); historical notes on Bluehill, ME, written in three volumes, which include sketches of the Penobscot Indians, births and deaths, and agricultural information (90020); five lectures on topics such as the progess of humanity and the position of men in the universe, given by Thomas Barnard West in Beverly, MA, Boston, MA, and Topsfield, MA, with notes for a sixth lecture (90021); tape recording of Robert Frost lecture, with transcript of same, given at Hamilton Hall, Salem, MA (90022); letters to and from Ezekiel, Joseph, and Benjamin Russell with a lease between Joseph Hovey and Ezekiel Russell (90028); extensive notes on sermons of the early 1700's by an unknown author combined in one volume translated from the original French language (90031); diary of Rev. Alfred Manchester of Salem, MA (90034); baptisms, deaths, and communicants of the East Church, Salem, MA and baptisms in the First Church of Salem, MA, copied by Perley Derby into a diary kept by an unknown lawyer, judge or court clerk (90035); applications for Orders of Knighthood in the Winslow Lewis Commandery, No. 18 of Salem, MA between 1888-1819 (90036); letters to Robert S. Rantoul from E. A. Emmerton and Frank Cousins regarding the Sun Tavern, Salem, MA (90040); manuscript pocket diaries of Silas M. Titcomb of West Newbury, MA (90057); ledgers/daybooks of Dr. Amos H. Peirce of West Newbury, MA, including a blank receipt book and a blank perscription pad (90065); manuscript material pertaining to John Dupar, Joshua Safford Newport, and Moses Day Webber, including a poetry commonplace book, school grammar books, music readers, and dance books (90070); papers pertaining to the George W. Pepper Company of Peabody, MA, including account books, receipt books, stock certificate books, billheads, trademark regisgtration for cough drops, checkbook for the Peabody Candy Company of Peabody, MA, photographs of factory workers, and personal papers of George W. Pepper and Lille May (Tittle) Pepper and photographs of their children (90083); account books of three generations of Abraham Caldwells of Ipswich, MA (90084); genealogy of the Tilton Family (90094); and commonplace books of Josiah Williard Gibbs, Sr. containing information on Essex County, MA history, mathematics, receipts and observations on popular science and technology (90097)12ocn702153690mix1.00Stokes, Harold PhelpsHarold Phelps Stokes papersThe papers consist of correspondence, diaries, memoranda, notes, writings, clippings, and subject files documenting the personal life and professional career of Harold Phelps Stokes. His interests in United States foreign policy and domestic politics, the Alger Hiss case, the Paris Peace Conference, New York City politics and government, prison reform, and journalism are documented. Stokes corresponded with many prominent American political and social figures11ocn180780711book1904Pepper, George WhartonGeorge Wharton Pepper, receiver, v. Boston Gas Light Co. et al : finding of material facts and order for decree : to be filed as part of the recordTrials, litigation, etc11ocn648760680mix1.00Pepper, George WhartonPapersBiographyThe writings and publications series are arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically within each year. These include articles, book reviews, memorials, introductions to books, statements, responses, and commentary published or written for publication. Most folders contain typed drafts, correspondence relating to the publication, and copies of the designated article. Some folders also contain clippings and hand-written notes. Pepper made frequent contributions to the Saturday Evening Post, the American Bar Association Journal, The Shingle, and various daily newspapers. Also included is a scrapbook containing reviews and clippings relating to Philadelphia Lawyer11ocn071069225file1.00Rosenwald, Lessing JLessing J. Rosenwald papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Cyrus Adler, Jacob Billikopf, Catherine Drinker Bowen, Julian P. Boyd, Joseph S. Clark, Richardson Dilworth, William J. Donovan, Dwight D. Eisenhower, H. Wendell Endicott, Abraham Flexner, Felix Frankfurter, Ellis A. Gimbel, Frederick Richmond Goff, Emerson Greenaway, Teddy Kollek, Morris S. Lazaron, Fred Lazarus (1884-1973), Herbert H. Lehman, Jacob M. Loeb, Paul Mellon, William Claire Menninger, Julian Morgenstern, Reinhold Niebuhr, Eugene Ormandy, George Wharton Pepper, Isidore S. Radvin, David Rockefeller, John D. Rockefeller (1874-1960), Eleanor Roosevelt, Philip H. Rosenbach, Edith Goodkind Rosenwald, William Rosenwald, D. Hays Solis-Cohen, Horace Stern, Edward R. Stettinius, Lewis L. Strauss, Harry S. Truman, Sidney J. Weinberg, Edwin Wolf, and Robert Elkington Wood11ocn138534395art18690.10Henry, Guy VernorGeorge W. Pepper: (Born in Ireland. - Appointed from Ohio.)11ocn122491152mix1.00Krauskopf, JosephThe collection consists primarily of Krauskopf's personal correspondence. Outgoing correspondence is arranged by date, incoming correspondence is arranged by correspondent. In addition, the collection includes sermons, pamphlets, reports, photographs, postcards, and related material11ocn063109874mix19251.00Pepper, George WhartonLetter to Will Orton TewsonSenator Pepper replies to Tewson's request for the most beautiful line of poetry in the English language, selecting a line from Francis Thompson's "Hound of Heaven" which "condenses into a few words the entirre Christian philosophy and expresses it beautifully."12ocn702166732mix1.00Smyth, NewmanNewman Smyth papersCorrespondence, writings, diaries, sermons, and other papers of Newman Smyth, theologian, author, and pastor. The papers relate largely to Smyth's interest in and work on behalf of protestant unity; there is little material for the period prior to his retirement from the ministry in 1908. Important correspondents include bishops and officials in the Anglican and Protestant Episcopal churches, other churchmen and theologians, and laymen interested in his work, most notable George Wharton Pepper and George Zabriskie12ocn232006890book1.00Whitehouse, Vira BoarmanCaricatures and cartoonsCollection consists of papers pertaining to Whitehouse's suffrage and government work, personal correspondence, and clippings about her social activities. The suffrage papers include letters of appreciation to Whitehouse from N.Y. state suffrage campaign workers, a series of original cartoons about her and the suffrage campaign, a scrapbook of suffrage articles by her, other clippings, and two annual reports. Her government work is represented by annotated cables, correspondence, reports and clippings11ocn122521492mix1.00Hartshorne, Clementina RhodesCorrespondence and flyers re: Hartshorne's suffrage activities in Pennsylvania, and clippings about the Pennsylvania shirtwaist strike of 191011ocn232006964book1.00Bromley, Dorothy DunbarCollection consists of photographs, correspondence, published articles by and about Bromley, background material for her articles, and her book, Washington and Vietnam. Correspondence includes letters (photocopies) from Robert and Elinor Frost, documenting a dispute with Eleanor Roosevelt about a supposed misquotation by BromleyFri Mar 21 15:11:54 EDT 2014batch32328